With a blog title of Candy Themed Stationery Accessories you immediately can tell I’ve got m&m’s on my mind! If you have recently found yourself wanting to decrease the amount of sugar and still are having the call of the candy bar beckoning today’s blog post is a calorie-free option!
There are two fun Candy Themed Stationery Accessories options I found that I’m sharing today with websites for Dylan’s Candy Bar, and Oriental Trading.
Dylan’s Candy Bar
With their notebooks, notecard sets, at Dylan’s Candy Bar website includes their version of Bar Wonka Chocolate bar notebook, and adorable Dylan’s Candy Bar Pencil Pouch (currently out of stock but I’m hoping they will still let me place an order or at least get in the queue) – it finds me knowing I will be spending more time here looking at their items. They even have their notepad with gumball machine!
The fact that over at the Oriental Trading website I can get Personalized Nautical Hershey’s Kisses Stickers and have some fun embellishing (or wrapping around my own Hershey’s Kisses as designed) it is great fun! They also have graduation, and wedding related, and know one could adapt their Hershey Bar stickers into your own kind of stationery to use for letter writing and would be unexpected fun to receive!
Hope you have enjoyed the calorie free break from the routine today! Here’s to having some fun with embellishing our letters and all of the fun Candy Themed Stationery Accessories that can go with them enjoying being creative.
All of this talk has me wanting to queue up watching Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium from 2007.
Spoiler alert – if you haven’t seen this movie yet you’ll want to wait on watching this scene I’ve included.
Here’s to having fun with our calorie-free-options of enjoying and getting to include with our letter writing!
Candy Themed Stationery Accessories – Attribution & Thank you to the following who are referenced today –
Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium Review by Roger Ebert, November 15, 2007
YouTube Best Scene from Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium posted by Rebecca Nasanow Johnson; published by Feb 26, 2016